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Here’s how to live stream the Red Sox home opener

Joey Ciaramitaro reacts to a play by the Red Sox during the first inning of Opening Day at Fenway Park. Thousands of baseball fans braved the cold Thursday as the the Red Sox kicked off the season with the Baltimore Orioles.Erin Clark/Globe Staff

For Red Sox fans, it’s time to head back to the ballpark. After several months and a host of new improvements inside Fenway Park, baseball season is back.

Thirty Major League Baseball teams are playing on Opening Day. The Red Sox kicked off their season at Fenway at 2:10 p.m. Thursday, taking on the Baltimore Orioles.

For those who don’t have cable, here are just a few places to live stream the game. NESN is the primary streaming platform, but other sites carry NESN or local broadcast stations that are airing the game.

Where to watch the Sox

NESN 360 - Subscriptions for the New England Sports Network start at $29.99 a month.


FuboTV - FuboTV carries NESN. Subscriptions start at $74.99 a month, with a 7-day free trial.

DirecTV Stream - In New England, DirecTV also carries NESN. Subscriptions start at $74.99 a month.

MLB.TV - If you’re outside the New England market, you can live stream Red Sox games (or watch them on demand) for $24.99 a month, with a 7-day free trial.

Kate Armanini can be reached at kate.armanini@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @KateArmanini.